The 21st International Symposium on Mathematical Programming (ISMP)

Posted by iforsadmin | Posted on 29-12-2011 | Category Announcements

Berlin, Germany, August 19 – 24, 2012.

ISMP is a scientific meeting held every 3 years on behalf of the Mathematical Optimization Society. It is the world congress of mathematical optimization where scientists as well as industrial users of mathematical optimization meet in order to present the most recent developments and results and to discuss new challenges from theory and practice.

The conference topics address all theoretical, computational and practical aspects of mathematical optimization including:

•    integer, linear, nonlinear, semidefinite, conic and constrained programming
•    discrete and combinatorial optimization
•    graphs, network optimization, matroids, game theory
•    nonsmooth, convex, robust, stochastic, PDE-constrained and global optimization
•    variational analysis, complementarity and variational inequalities
•    sparse, derivative-free and simulation-based optimization
•    implementations and software
•    operations research
•    logistics, traffic and transportation, telecommunications, energy systems, finance and economics

Deadlines:
March 1, 2012: Deadline for organizing invited sessions (please contact one of the cluster chairs)
April 15, 2012: Abstract submission deadline
June 15, 2012: Early registration deadline

Registration Fees
Early registration deadline is June 15, 2012.

ISMP 2012 offers three early registration fees for regular attendees (not students, not retired):
•    Euro 340 including MOS membership for 2013
•    Euro 390 including MOS membership for 2013 and 2014
•    Euro 420 including MOS membership for 2013 – 2015

After June 15, these registration fees will increase by Euro 100.
The early registration fees for retirees are
•    Euro 185 including MOS membership for 2013
•    Euro 210 including MOS membership for 2013 and 2014
•    Euro 225 including MOS membership for 2013 – 2015

The early registration fee for students is Euro 150.

After June 15, the registration fees for retirees and students will increase by Euro 50.

Participants from developing and economically disadvantaged countries, who submit an abstract for a presentation, are eligible for a reduced registration fee. They can also apply for limited financial support. Please contact Andreas Griewank for details.

For more information, please visit: http://ismp2012.mathopt.org/


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